A Strong Defense For Criminal Charges
In addition to lengthy prison sentences and hefty fines, a criminal conviction can mean the loss of your civil rights. If the courts convict you of certain crimes, you may lose your right to own a firearm or even drive. Because of the high-stakes nature of a criminal case, you need a trusted attorney who can defend your rights and freedom.
The lawyers at the Pelton Law Offices have more than 60 years of combined criminal defense experience in both state and federal courts. Attorneys Robert Pelton and Robyn Harlin represent clients who are facing all types of criminal charges and fight to get their freedom. You can schedule your free consultation at the firm’s Houston office by calling 713-524-8471.
Obtain A Serious Defense From Proven Lawyers
The firm can handle all aspects of a criminal case, from a grand jury defense to an administrative license revocation hearing. Attorney Robert Pelton has his indigent defense certification. This allows him to defend clients who are facing all levels of criminal charges, from capital murder to misdemeanors. Many publications and rating services have recognized Mr. Pelton as a capable defense lawyer who has a strong focus on ethics.
The attorneys defend clients who are charged with all types of Texas crimes, including:
- Driving while under the influence (DWI)
- Traffic crimes
- Drug violations
- Sex offenses
- White collar crimes
- Other serious felonies
Assistance With Everything Related To Criminal Defense
In addition to criminal defense, the attorneys also represent clients in parole hearings. The firm’s staff will interview your loved one in prison before your hearing and then create a personalized argument for their freedom.
Attorney Robyn Harlin also obtains expunctions and orders of nondisclosure for her clients. These legal processes allow people with an arrest record or previous conviction for certain crimes to clear their names.
Schedule Your Free First Meeting
If you or your loved one is facing criminal charges, do not speak to law enforcement without first talking to a lawyer. You can schedule your free consultation at the firm’s Houston office by 713-524-8471. The attorneys are also available by email.